What's in October-December 2017?
Bang! A real show of new products from Canon this issue, including three EOS cameras, four lenses and a macro flash.
This issue you're getting in-depth technique articles on infrared photography, playback features on your EOS camera, how to shoot successful and creative firework images and the clever corrections Canon deploys to combat lens aberrations. Join Chris Porsz as he walks the streets of Peterborough in search of his Reunions project.
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We take a look at what makes a good firework photograph and the camera settings, lenses and accessories you need to capture perfect pyrotechnic pictures.
Ethereal. Mystical. Magical. Ghostly. Christopher McMullen looks at shooting infrared images with EOS digital cameras.
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Editor Robert Scott takes you through the Canon Speedlite range, and gives you need-to-know information on how to find the right flash fit for your photography.
EOS CAMERA KNOWHOW
The playback option on your EOS camera allows much more than enabling you to review images you have just taken.
We explain lens aberration correction – what it does, why it is needed and how it works.
Lens fact and fiction
There is a lot of misinformation around about lenses, sensor size, focal length and depth-of- eld. We give you the facts.
Chris Porsz re-stages shots of people, reuiniting them after nearly 40 years